Discussion in 'Equipment' started by lonewolf, Mar 2, 2017.
Some nice knifes on that site lone
yes quite a few.
Love the predator knife... Shes a beauty..
It's possible to buy the Anglo arms knives much cheaper but I'm not a fan. The lock knives and Spring assisted knives are illegal as an everyday carry in the UK. (They're no use if they get you arrested while trying to board a train) A Swiss Army knife is a legal multi purpose knife for EDC and if you're looking for a fixed blade knife i would reccomend any of the cheaper end Mora steel clipper knives as back ups and a Kbar as your go to fixed blade, not quite as showy as some of the shiney shit that Anglo arms retail but infinitely better quality.
A do have a thing for knifes (heathy addiction) a rather like the buffalo river knife good shape and nice blade and easy to maintain
Done a few mods and put a antler handle on it
The fallkniven collection it's good...rather pricey tho.....saving to get one just now....
like most preppers I have a collection of knives, its an addiction I cant stop buying them!
I prefer a lock knife for my EDC, any knife unless a fixed blade that dosent lock is a dangerous knife I think.
I was given a buffalo river knife, while the concave ground blade has a nice weight to it it doesn't keep a great edge. It now lives in the back of the sock drawer with my other mistakes.
i'd like a MOD SURVIVAL KNIFE but the cost is a little more than what I usually pay and buying online can be a bit of a pain with all the id checks and stuff.
This is something I've spoken on before ( not that i'm claiming to be an expert just someone who has been doing all sort of preppy stuff for years ) but I'd really ask people to consider what the MOST important part of what it means to BE a survival Knife actually is????
There are some truly seriously horrendous thought processes that go on when we consider ' Survival Situations ' and look at kit.
I'll leave it there for a bit but ask yourself what the most important part of being able to access a " Survival Knife " is IN a survival situation??
I've said it before, non of my preps are primarily weapons. They are tools. With My Swiss Army folding penknife I can do anything from making trap triggers to minor surgery.....try removing a septic splinter with your 18"zombie slaying kukri and you'll soon see the appeal of the Swiss Army knife.
no prepper has weapons...they are all TOOLS.
All preppers are tools?
Nah! Be fair, only some of them are tools...the trick is working out which ones.
Never had a problem with the edge mate....shaving sharp and after a good days use all it needs is a few swipes over the top edge of the car window and it's back. Av purposely abused this knife and it always pulls through...it's a little workhorse...not everyone's cup of tea mate
I'm amazed, that Chinese steel isn't the best so maybe it's just mine is from a duff batch
Don't get me wrong it's not all that! it's a every day user that am not worried about braking lol. Am going for a fallkniven next maby the a1 or sk6
check out military knives: survival knife, wood handle, mod specification.
An unashamed plug from me for moonrakerknives.co.uk from whom I buy any knives I need. Absolutely brilliant service and run by the nicest people you could ever meet.